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Mexico accuses Bolivia of intimidating its diplomats in La Paz

Mexico on Monday accused Bolivia of intimidating its diplomats while Bolivia said Mexico had hijacked a regional summit and dragged its feet in recognizing its new, conservative premier. 
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Mexico says concerned its Bolivian embassy being monitored

Mexico's Foreign Ministry said on Monday that it is "deeply concerned" about the excess presence of Bolivian intelligence and security services that are monitoring the residence of the Mexican..
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Bolivia announces entry into Lima Group to resolve Venezuelan crisis

Bolivia on Sunday announced its entry into the Lima Group regional bloc that was set up to find a way out of the Venezuelan crisis.
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Boliva's ex-president Morales plans party rally on Argentina border

Bolivian former President Evo Morales on Saturday appealed for his supporters to attend a rally on the border between Argentina and Bolivia on Dec. 29 to choose a candidate for Bolivia's election early..
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Bolivian lawmakers appoint tribunal to set new election date

Bolivia should see a date before May set for fresh elections after lawmakers appointed a new six-member electoral tribunal on Thursday.
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Bolivian prosecutors issue arrest warrant for exiled former president Morales

Bolivian prosecutors on Wednesday issued an arrest warrant for exiled former president Evo Morales over allegations of sedition and terrorism related to accusations from the interim government that he..
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Trump backs Bolivia's interim president, denounces violence

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he backed Bolivia's interim President Jeanine Anez as she seeks "a peaceful democratic transition," and he denounced ongoing violence in the country.
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Bolivia's Morales looks to engineer election win from afar, find successor

Bolivia's former President Evo Morales defended his right to be involved in politics on Tuesday and said he would campaign to help his socialist party win new elections after he resigned under pressure..
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Argentina to allow refugee Morales of Bolivia to make political statements

Argentina will allow former Bolivian President Evo Morales, who arrived on Thursday and has been granted refugee status, to make political statements during his stay in the country, a top official said..
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Bolivia's interim leader says arrest warrant to be issued against Morales

Bolivia will issue an arrest warrant in the coming days against former leftist President Evo Morales, accusing him of sedition, interim Bolivian President Jeanine Anez said on Saturday.
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Bolivia's Morales arrives in Argentina, to get refugee status

Bolivian ex-President Evo Morales arrived in Argentina on Thursday seeking refuge under the country's new leftist government after he left his homeland last month following a disputed election.
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Bolivian ex-president Morales in Argentina with refugee status: Argentine foreign minister

Bolivian ex-president Evo Morales is in Argentina with refugee status, Argentine Foreign Minister Felipe Sola said on a local TV channel on Thursday.
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Bolivia's Morales visits Cuba for medical appointment

Bolivian ex-President Evo Morales is in Cuba for a medical check-up, a former official from his government said on Friday, after the ousted leader sought asylum in Mexico.
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Bolivian minister seeks Israel help in fighting alleged leftist 'terrorism'

Bolivia's interim government wants Israel to help local authorities fight "terrorism" in the South American country, the interior minister told Reuters on Friday, alleging plots by Venezuelan President..
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Bolivia election rigging in favor of Morales was 'overwhelming': OAS final report

An Americas regional forum on Wednesday published details of "deliberate" and "malicious" steps to rig Bolivia's October election in favor of then President Evo Morales, who has resigned and left the..
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Bolivia reforges U.S. ties as political alliances redrawn

Bolivia's interim government has named an ambassador to the United States for the first time in over a decade, amid a redrawing of the South American nation's international ties that has seen..
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Human rights violations in Bolivia merit outside probe: Americas commission head

Bolivia may need outside help to investigate a "massive" number of human rights violations amid post-election violence to ensure findings are seen as credible in the deeply divided country, the head of..
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Bolivia edges toward peace as torn country mourns its dead

Bolivians have taken down roadblocks and struck peace deals after a month of protests and deadly clashes that have convulsed the divided nation following a disputed election in October and the..
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Bolivian leader agrees to withdraw military in deal to 'pacify' country

Interim Bolivian President Jeanine Anez agreed to withdraw the military from protest areas and repeal a law giving them broad discretion in the use of force as part of a preliminary "pacification" deal..
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Breakthrough in Bolivia as bill for new elections sails through Congress

Both chambers of Bolivia's Congress unanimously passed legislation on Saturday to annul the contested Oct. 20 elections and pave the way for a new vote without former President Evo Morales, a major..
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Bolivian lawmakers approve new elections, bar ex-president

The measure forbids reelection of anyone who has served the last two terms consecutively as president, effectively ruling out Morales, whose refusal to accept such term limits was a key issue in..
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Anti-govt protesters in Bolivia lift road blockades ahead of talks with interim president

Anti-government demonstrators in Bolivia lifted road blockades ahead of talks with interim President Jeanine Anez on Saturday aimed at ending weeks of unrest, as Congress moved toward passing a bill to..
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Bolivia prosecutors probing Morales over accusations he encouraged unrest

Bolivia's attorney general said on Friday that his office has opened a probe into former President Evo Morales for alleged sedition and terrorism, related to accusations from the interim government..
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Bolivia's Congress to pass law for new elections on Saturday: lawmaker

Bolivia's parliament will pass legislation on Saturday to pave the way for new elections after a deal was reached by top lawmakers of the body's three political parties, a congressman with the party of..
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Bolivia's interim government charges Morales with sedition and terrorism

Bolivia's interim government filed a criminal complaint on Friday against former President Evo Morales for alleged sedition and terrorism, the interior minister said, as authorities began probes of his..
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Supporters of Bolivia's Morales march with coffins of dead protesters

Supporters of ousted Bolivian leader Evo Morales marched into the capital La Paz on Thursday carrying coffins of people killed in clashes with the military and police, drawing attention to the human..
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Pompeo calls on all parties in Bolivia to refrain from violence

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Thursday called on all parties in Bolivia to refrain from violence and for security services to respect peaceful protesters' rights, following street violence..
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Bolivian socialists say neither Morales nor ex-VP will run in election

Former Bolivian President Evo Morales and his Vice President Alvaro Garcia Linera, who both resigned under pressure this month, will not be candidates for their party in the next elections, a prominent..
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Bolivia headed for new elections amid violence; handful of Hong Kong protesters hold their ground

Bolivia's Interim President Jeanine Áñez began to lay the groundwork for new elections that lawmakers hope will stop violent clashes following Evo Morales' ouster. Also, only a handful of protesters..
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Bolivia's indigenous divided over ousted champion Morales

In the high-altitude Bolivian city of El Alto, perched on barren steppe above the capital, indigenous activists have led the fight for the return of unseated president Evo Morales.
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Bolivia government proposes election bill as its seeks path to peace

Bolivia's interim government presented a bill on Wednesday that aims to forge a path to new elections and defuse street violence that has racked the country and killed 32 people since a disputed..
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Bolivian lawmakers seek election breakthrough as death toll mounts

Bolivian lawmakers are set to meet later on Wednesday to try and agree on a path to new elections and defuse street violence that has killed 30 people since a disputed October vote.
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Bolivia's ouster of Morales stirs tensions in left-leaning Nicaragua

Tensions have flared in Nicaragua since President Daniel Ortega's leftist ally Evo Morales was toppled in Bolivia, encouraging the local opposition and prompting Ortega to arrest activists and ratchet..
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Bolivian military deploys armored vehicles to end blockade of key gas plant

Bolivian police and military forces used armored vehicles and helicopters to unblock access to a major gas plant in the city of El Alto on Tuesday, a show of strength after blockades at the facility..
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Bolivian lawmakers, seeking to calm tensions, cancel vote on Morales

Bolivia's congress, controlled by lawmakers loyal to unseated leader Evo Morales, said on Tuesday it would cancel a contentious vote in the legislature that was expected to reject the leftist leader's..
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Bolivian lawmakers cancel contentions meeting to discuss Morales' resignation

Bolivian lawmakers said in a statement on Tuesday they would cancel a meeting of the country's legislative assembly, originally planned for Tuesday night, which had been expected to discuss the..
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'We're desperate to buy anything': Bolivians go hungry as protests snarl cities

Bolivians are starting to feel the pinch of weeks-long turmoil roiling the South American country, with fuel shortages mounting and grocery stores short of basic goods as supporters of unseated leader..
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Bolivia suffers lack of food and fuel; Amazon deforestation rate hits record high

Supporters of former Bolivian President Evo Morales have been cutting off some supply routes to protest Morales' ouster after he was accused of electoral fraud. Also, deforestation rates in Brazil's..
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Coca farmers march, police fire tear gas in worsening Bolivia unrest

Thousands of Bolivian coca farmers marched on Monday to demand the resignation of interim President Jeanine Anez, who was forced to suspend a trip to her home province earlier in the day after..
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Bolivia's interim president cancels trip due to 'credible threat' as crisis roars on

Bolivia's interim president Jeanine Anez was forced to suspend a trip out of the capital La Paz planned for Monday, a government spokesman said, after a threat on her life by a "criminal group."
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Food shortages cripple Bolivia, new elections still uncertain

Bolivians languished in long lines on the streets of La Paz on Sunday to secure chicken, eggs and cooking fuel as supporters of ousted President Evo Morales crippled the country's highways, isolating..
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Bolivians queue for chicken and fuel as protests cripple highways

Bolivians suffered long lines on the streets of La Paz on Sunday to secure chicken, eggs and cooking fuel as supporters of ousted President Evo Morales continued to cripple the country's highways,..
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Here's the latest for Saturday, Nov. 16: White House budget officer meets with impeachment investigators; Protesters shot in Bolivia by security forces; Five men charged in football game shooting; Dog..
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U.N. warns Bolivia crisis could 'spin out of control' as death toll mounts

The United Nations warned on Saturday violence in Bolivia could "spin out of control" following a night of skirmishes between security forces and coca farmers loyal to ousted President Evo Morales that..
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Cuba cries foul as doctors head home from Bolivia

The first of around 700 Cuban doctors were scheduled to fly home from strife-torn Bolivia on Saturday as officials railed against what they charged was slander and mistreatment by Bolivia's..
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Bolivian police battle with Morales supporters, death toll jumps

Clashes between security forces and Bolivian coca farmers loyal to ousted former President Evo Morales left as many as eight dead and more than 100 injured late on Friday, the regional ombudsman told..
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